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I currently have an Iphone 3gs which is not currently on contract, and was with AT&T. Per this article, and AT&T's new policy on unlocking old Iphones.. can this Apple Iphone 3gs be activated with the verizon network now?

http://www.informationweek.com/news/mobility/smart_phones/232800477

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The iPhone 3gs from AT&T is a GSM only phone.  Verizon uses CDMA which is an incompatible technology.

The iPhone 4 comes in two different models: GSM & CDMA

The iPhone 4s is the only iPhone with both technologies integrated.
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